human-rights-violations

The broken toilet is the future frontier of prisoner abuse. Allowing an inmate to exist with a broken or dirty one is easy; the only evidence of it is the inmate's self-report, an account that will be discredited.
Eritrea, one of the youngest countries on earth, is quickly emerging as one of the largest violators of human rights. The situation in Eritrea wasn't always this dire, but the future doesn't look bright.
The "curse of oil," which says that national per capita income often goes down after oil is discovered in a nation, is well documented in cases around the globe.
As hopeful rhetoric permeates US leadership, Zimbabwe's health crisis is taking a turn for the worse. The average life expectancy has plummeted from 62 in the early 1990s to 36 today.
The rights of doctors Arash Alaei and Kamiar Alaei have been violated and their commitment to public health has been misrepresented by the Iranian Government as a threat to their regime.